Leandro Paredes continues to establish itself in European football where it shines at PSG. But also, the footballer managed to find his best level in the National Team where he was the most called footballer by Lionel Scaloni.
The midfielder spoke exclusively with TNT Sports and referred to both his time in Boca and the chances that Cavani put on the blue and gold shirt. “I honestly don’t know (if he’s going to Boca), I didn’t talk about it because two months have passed since I haven’t seen him, he’s in Uruguay and we didn’t talk about it again,” the midfielder was sincere. However, he clarified that “at the time we talked about it and he liked the idea of going to Boca, but it is difficult but hopefully. I would love for him to play in Boca.”
The player also reviewed his time at Xeneize and assured that “I really enjoyed my time at Boca”. But he also warned that “I knew I had to leave because I had been playing very little for six months and I wanted to play. I wanted to always be available to the coach and that’s why I decided to leave.”
La Bombonera is being considered to once again be the stadium where the national team plays. “There is no other like the Bombonera. I drove the Chiqui Tapia crazy to play the Playoffs there. I think that now in the qualifying rounds that were suspended we played in La Bombonera and I was happy, I was waiting for the call to come to play there again, “he said.
Not satisfied, he also warned that the Boca stadium “is the best in Argentina so that people are always cheering. Hopefully the Playoffs will always be played there.” Taking advantage of his nostalgic review by the club of his loves, the journalist Martín Costa asked Paredes about his chances of returning to Xeneize.
“We spoke with Nico (Burdisso) six months before coming here (to France) and we both knew that it was very difficult for him to go. The issue of the loan and the purchase was very high so it was very complicated. It did not depend on me or on Boca but Zenit at that time, “he revealed.
Finally, he stated that “I have four years left here. I’m fine and enjoying myself. I’m very young and I’m calm but I know I really want to go to Boca at the time.” Will it be given?
Leandro Paredes and Cavani’s chances of reaching Boca